Matlaccohuatl

Matlaccohuatl was the third Tlatoani (ruler) of Ecatepec, a Nahua altepetl.

Matlaccohuatl
Tlatoani of Ecatepec
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PredecessorTezozomoc
SuccessorChimalpilli II
IssueTeotlalco

BiographyEdit

He was a successor of the tlatoani Tezozomoc, who was a son of tlatoani Chimalpopoca, ruler of Tenochtitlan.

His daughter was Teotlalco, wife of an tlatoani Moctezuma II and mother of Isabel Moctezuma.[1][2]

The successor of Matlaccohuatl in Ecatepec altepetl was Chimalpilli II.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Arqueología de superficie en San Cristóbal Ecatepec, Estado de México: un estudio del desarrollo de las fuerzas productivas en el México prehispánico by Humberto Domínguez Chávez, Wilfrido Du Solier
  2. ^ Moctezuma's children: Aztec royalty under Spanish rule, 1520-1700 by Donald E. Chipman